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The elementary grades teacher has a wide range of competencies and develops a life-long
passion for learning and for professional growth. Students seeking licensure to teach
in high schools, first and foremost, become thoroughly proficient in the subject area
they have chosen for specialization. Because appreciation of the arts and language
is fostered among children, licensure for related subjects is available for K-12.
Undergraduate programs in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction allow students to seek licensure in elementary, secondary, and K-12 tracks. Other licensure programs available to undergraduates include a 5-12 Technology Engineering licensure, and two 9-12 licensure tracks in Psychology and Sociology. Once admitted to Teacher Education, students are assigned Curriculum and Instruction advisors to guide them through their professional studies. Secondary licensure students will be have an advisor in both CUAI and their designated major.
Interdisciplinary Studies in Education
ISED 2 + 2 Cohort Program